A young Kahlil is introduIn BROKEN WINGS, Kahlil Gibran uncovers the glory and pain of young love. This loosely autobiographical story is in the tradition of "Romeo and Juliet," but with Gibran's characteristic lush Oriental settings and images.
A young Kahlil is introduced to Faris Karama, a wealthy merchant and falls in love with Salma, Karama's daughter. But a powerful priest seeks the Karama fortune and demands that his nephew marry Salma.
BROKEN WINGS is a deeply moving love story that explores the spiritual theme of the meaning of human existence in a world that contains profound beauty and love amidst the stains of greed and pains of suffering....Continua